Bay Hay and Feed hosts a workshop of food forest design for public lands at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3.
The class covers principles of companion-planting perennial edibles in guilds, and integrating guilds into a food forest, plus water earthworks design principles. These principles will be applied in a hands-on design charette for a large public Food Forest and Community Garden site.
The class will be taught by Chuck Estin and Demi Rasmussen; the cost is $15 ($8 for Kitsap Tilth members). Proceeds will go to Kitsap Tilth. Call 206-842-2813 to reserve a spot in the class or come in to Bay Hay and Feed.